The cemetery for martyrs is a special kind of cemetery culture. Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China, many martyrs have been buried here. Their words and deeds have set an example for future generations. Their stories are eloquent and moving. Here, we can find the most ordinary heroes, here are the cutest people, some of them are unknown, and some even have nicknames, but it does not prevent them from becoming role models for children to learn, because their spirit is enough to be Bear in mind. The tombstones of these martyrs are a good way for children to understand history, establish a correct outlook on life, and cultivate their patriotic qualities.
This martyrs cemetery is located on the outskirts of the city. With the rapid expansion of the city, the nearby streetscape has changed a lot. Only the cemetery has maintained its original appearance decades ago. Although it is located on the side of the aisle and enters the entrance of the cemetery from the main road, you can hardly hear the sound of cars in less than 3 minutes. It is surrounded by tall trees and dense lichens. The sky is high and the earth is wide, which makes people feel like the sky is high and the birds fly. The sky is cloudless, and it is really a good place for walking and playing. Children run in the park as much as they want. For these children who have lived in the city for a long time, there is an opportunity for them to temporarily escape the air pollution and explore the mysteries of nature surrounded by green trees under this tranquil nature. , Is also a very rare opportunity.
Every tombstone statue is telling the trail of life
The Martyrs Cemetery is divided into two parts. The first tombstone of a local revolutionary martyr. The tombstones in this place are mostly square, and there is almost no difference in color from traditional tombstones. These tombstones are made of red granite stone. Red represents The blood and the red revolution, the engraved text is green, which means that the heroic spirit is everlasting.
In the other area are tombstones with portraits of martyrs. They are mainly dedicated to the Wuchang Uprising launched by Mr. Sun Yat-sen in 1911. Most of the familiar names are Dong Chengrui, who bombed the bunker, Huang Jiguang, who was eye-catching, and Langya Mountain who jumped off the cliff bravely for the revolution Five strong men, as well as writers who started Chinese thought, Lu Xun, Zhu Ziqing and others.
A piece of history is buried under the tombstone statues, like historical monuments, immortal.
The tombstone is where the beginning and end of life meet. From these stories, children have learned what sacrifice, what is heroic, and what is patriotism, and they also understand the meaning and value of life. Although they may not yet understand the meaning of death, in this process, they approached the natural ecology, learned to respect the heroes who died, and took a compulsory life course. From then on, perhaps it is time to take his son to his father's tombstone. He always has to learn to grow up, not to be afraid of the tombstone, and to learn the principles of life from this trip may be the biggest harvest.